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I’ll Write Your Name on Every Beach: A Mother’s Quest for Comfort, Courage and Clarity After Suicide Loss

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Written by a mother who lost her 21 year old son to suicide, this book deals with the themes of suicide loss through the lens of the author's personal grief. Addressing the process of post-traumatic growth, this memoir provides the bereaved with therapy exercises and creative activities to help them come to terms with their loss.


Although it deals directly with losing a chi
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ebook, 224 pages
Published July 21st 2017 by Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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Laura
Jul 15, 2017 rated it really liked it
Despite the heartbreaking topic of suicide, this book is an invaluable resource for anyone bereaved by suicide. Susan Auerbach starts the book by sharing the sad loss of her 21-year-old son, Noah, and the following weeks and months and how she and the rest of her family attempted to cope. The book is split into different sections - or themes - dealing with different elements of grief, such as dealing with others, and the 'why's and 'what ifs'. Susan intersperses little bits of advice and pointer ...more
Eve beinguniquebooks
Jul 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Written by a grieving mother of her twenty one year old son, this is a raw look into life after such a tragic loss. His mum discusses her therapy, raw and honest in the unimaginable way it felt like to learn to go on after a tragic loss as well as how suicide was already within family history.

A very raw account of the aftershocks a suicide can cause to effecting family, friends and others too who will read this book, for me I have had friends who have wanted to commit suicide, only one friend of
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